Where Call on Me was more romance and love story, Break Me Down brings Loren back to BDSM at its core with a love story to soften the blow. Which I feel is only fitting since Domination has become a part of who Gib and Sam are. I had to go back to skimming and reading through my fingers….. but for the majority part, I LUH-HUVED this novel. Gib and Sam are clearly meant for each other and no matter how much each of them try to fight it, it can’t be denied. I couldn’t imagine either of them with anyone else… and I feel like they both needed someone who was strong and powerful but who could be brought to their knees.
A great read but uh…… come prepared. Roni doesn’t pull ANY punches in this one!
I am so glad this book is out and I can stop wondering and obsessing about Naomi, Noelle, Damion, Terry, Savi and the whole crew. This book is the final installment in the ‘If You Can’ series… an overarching story over three FANTASTICALLY suspenseful and sexy books.
I truly enjoyed this story of two headstrong alpha characters finding out where each of them fit together and making it work. And since this appears to be a series, I am already looking forward to the Gents book two!
Autumn Kisses is just the kind of short-yet- delightful read that I have come to expect from Te Russ. On to the next one! Winter Rendezvous is coming in December!
Simply put, I enjoyed this novel SO MUCH! Ruby is still my heart but snappy, able bodied, ‘let’s whip this thing into shape’ Mags (Pearl) is a loveable character in a family full of young women who each have a purpose and a duty. I REALLY can’t wait to see what Piper Huguley has in store for the rest of the Bledsoe Jewels.
If you know me at all, you know I drool over a Paul Cleave book. I stalk Amazon right after his LAST book publishes to see when his NEXT book is coming out. I’m a die hard, devoted STAN, so this review/rating should come as NO SURPRISE to people who follow me, but just in case you’re new to Cleave or to me, let me make an effort at articulating my thoughts about this book.
This is a historical romance, so I was intrigued at how Ruby, initially disappointed, near disgusted at how Adam denied so much of his very being came around to not only work with him, study with him, but eventually love him and risk her life for him. A Virtuous Ruby was a page turner in every sense of the word.. drama, suspense, romance, even a little humor because Ruby’s little sister Delie was HILARIOUS.
As Ruby’s father says of his daughters, “They are jewels, every one of them. My girls are going to be somebody.” They certainly are. This is going to be a great series and I’ve already pre-ordered A Most Precious Pearl.
What Farrah Rochon does best is pick you up and plant you in the story. I always feel like I am standing on a street corner watching conversations; sitting at a table and joining in on the joking; a fly on the wall during some steamy steamy HAWT love scenes. This was a great read just because it was from Farrah, but also because it’s another visit to one of my favorite fictional hometowns.
Call On Me is the 8th (I can’t believe we’re at book EIGHT, considering I remember buying book ONE and devouring it in hours) in the Loving On the Edge series– books featuring dark prose and sinful, delectable love stories. I get excited for a new release because I love a great storyteller.
Wesley is skilled at putting together an engaging story that makes you laugh and gives you that warm, happily ever after feeling.